- Volume 37 Issue 5
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Development of Rattle and Squeak Detection Methodology Considering Characteristics of Road Vibration Input
차량 부품의 노면 가진 특성을 고려한 래틀과 스퀵 현상 검출 방법의 개발
- Lyu, Su Jung (VP KOREA, INC.) ;
- Jun, In Ki (VP KOREA, INC.) ;
- Choi, Jae Min (VP KOREA, INC.) ;
- Lee, Won Ku (NVH KOREA, INC.) ;
- Woo, Jae Chul (Duckyang Ind. Co., Ltd.)
- Received : 2012.05.29
- Accepted : 2013.02.14
- Published : 2013.05.01
BSR noise emerges in a vehicle as a result of road vibrations, engine vibrations, and speaker vibrations. BSR noise occurs with an irregular impact or stick slip friction phenomenon as the influence of the resonance mode when the vibration input load is transferred along poor joint and contacting pairs of the system. A sub-structure method of finite element analysis is required to detect impacts and slip in the full vehicle model. This study presents a method for sub-structure modeling and a rattle and squeak detection methodology that considers the characteristics of road vibration inputs.
Supported by : 지식경제부
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